The Chinese Honor brand of smartphones has suspended deliveries of its devices to Russia over risks of western-led sanctions relating to the war on Ukraine, the Moscow news site Vedomosti reported.
The company, majority owned by an arm of Shenzhen’s municipal government, has signed a deal with a Uzbekistan company to export its phones to Russia, Vedomosti said, and was looking for similar deals in Armenia and Georgia.
Read the full report: Vedomosti.
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